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[audio]Kildare Hornpipe / Castle Kelly / Sailor's Bonnett - Pat Mitchell
uilleann piping solo
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 19
[audio]Blackwood C Jig - Tommy Martin
Unknown Jig played on a C Uilleann pipes chanter in African Blackwood made by Tommy Martin
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 419
[audio]Rosewood C Chanter #4 - Tommy Martin
The Scholar Reel played on a rosewood C Uilleann Pipe chanter made by Tommy Martin
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 211
[audio]C Chanter #6 - Tommy Martin
2 reels ( The Templeglantine and the Mountain Road Reels) played on a C uilleann pipes chanter made by Tommy Martin in Ebony, brass and imitation ivory. See tompipes.com for pictures.
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 237
[audio]Boy In The Gap / Ragged Hank of Yarn
Emmett Gill
Keywords: uilleann; pipes; uilleann pipes
Downloads: 51
[audio]Kilfinane Jig & Allistrum's March, Emmett Gill
Uilleann piping solo by Emmett Gill
Keywords: uilleann; pipes; uilleann pipes
Downloads: 36
[audio]Rosewood chanter#4 - Tommy Martin
Reel on C Uilleann Pipe chanter made by Tommy Martin
Keywords: uilleann pipes
Downloads: 295
[audio]The Fox Chase - Edmund Hyland
A descriptive piece of music played on the Ulleann Pipes by Tommy Martin.The pipes here were made by Kevin Thompson of Dublin and the chanter was made by Leo Rowsome.
Keywords: uilleann pipes
Downloads: 743
[audio]The Gold Ring / Dan Collin's Father's Jig
Irish traditional music
Keywords: uilleann pipes; uilleann; concertina; Niall; Cillian; Vallely
Downloads: 150
[audio]Dark woman of the Glen (air) - Leo Rowsome
HMV IM 1016: Dark woman of the Glen (air) / Mountains of Pomeroy; Ireland Abu; Jackets Green
Keywords: Leo Rowsome uilleann pipes
Downloads: 223
[audio]Leo Rowsome The Blackbird (1925)
Irish bagpipes solo, Winner 4261: The Blackbird (1925)
Keywords: traditional irish music uilleann pipes
Downloads: 286
[audio]Boy In The Gap / Ragged Hank of Yarn
Irish traditional music. uilleann pipes. fiddle.
Keywords: Irish music; uilleann pipes; fiddle
Downloads: 38
[audio]The Wounded Husar - Eoin Kenny
Uilleann Pipes
Keywords: Uilleann Pipes; Slow airs; Traditional Irish Music
Downloads: 26
[audio]Mullaney Favorite, Ladies' Pantalettes - Eddie Mullaney and Patrick Stack
Irish bagpipes and violin, Victor 79012. Stack was from Co. Kerry, and is listed as source for many tunes in Francis O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903). Mullaney was born in Chicago, his family moving back to Co. Mayo before returning to America. Their music is a fascinating blend of Stack's somewhat mournful and wailing fiddle, and Mullaney's clean piping, full of graces and trills, very typical of pipers recorded in America at this time...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 751
[audio]The Frieze Britches - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, HMV B 2549. Walsh's version can be contrasted with those of Tom Ennis and Leo Rowsome. He plays a very sharp C note in the third part, much as he did in his recording of Rakish Paddy.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 662
[audio]The Pigeon on the Gate, The Milliner's Daughter - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Edison Bell Winner 5218. Walsh plays the Pigeon in A, as did Felix Doran on his 78 recorded in the 50s. It appears in the Leo Rowsome Collection in both A and E setttings. The A setting played by these pipers goes up to high C, not an insurmountable difficulty with a good chanter but requiring shifting position on the fiddle, which is difficult to do at speed. Thus some Donegal fiddle versions avoid the high C, or are set in the more fiddle friendly key of G...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 549
[audio]The Blackbird (Decca version) - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca F3817. Walsh had recorded this earlier, but this version is much more exciting, with almost a "Scotch snap" feel in places, and an amazing syncopation between regulators and chanter, that is characteristic of the sides he made for Decca in 1933. Also the tempo is much more moderate than the often rushed speeds of his earlier sides. The flip side of this was Walsh's version of the reel the Bucks of Oranmore, which may be heard on Rounder's CD From Galway to Dublin.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 602
[audio]The Peeler's Jacket, Dan McCarthy's Fancy, The First House in Connaught - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca label, matrix number unknown (F3815?). The first and last reels are perennial piper's favorites, Seamus Ennis for one recorded both in 1940 on acetates made for radio broadcast. Walsh speeds up during the very last bars of the Peeler's Jacket for some reason, but holds his tempo for Dan McCarthy's Fancy, a reel he'd recorded 7 years earlier. This tune is accredited in O'Neill's Music of Ireland to O'Neill's brother-in-law Barney Delaney, a fantastic piper whose music s...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 562
[audio]The Hunt - Nelius O'Cronin
Irish bagpipes solo, Parlophone E3615. O'Cronin played with Leo Rowsome in the All Ireland Trio, according to Leo's son Liam. O'Cronin played flute in the group, Leo pipes, Seamus O Mathuna fiddle. O'Cronin also founded the Cork Volunteer Pipe Band. He died in 1930. I have always thought this was Leo himself playing the pipes, it is such beautiful music, and of such a high standard of playing. The original disc had a chip in its side, hence this dub beginning a few seconds into the recording.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 733
[audio]The Fisherman's Widow, The Walls of Liscara - Jigs - Shaun O'Nolan
Irish bagpipe solo, unknown piano player, Columbia 33070-F. O'Nolan billed himself as the "Wicklow Piper," but his piping seems to have little in common with famous Leinster pipers such as the Doran brothers or Leo Rowsome; his charming punchy style is much more reminescent of others who recorded in America such as Tom Ennis. O'Nolan recorded a few piping solos in 1925-26 but his subsequent recorded output over the next five years were vocal discs, backed by a piano, sometimes with clarinet and ...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 464
[audio]Primrose Lass, The Ivy Leaf - Leo Rowsome
Irish bagpipes solo, HMV IM528. Both of these reels were recorded by Felix Doran on his Last of the Traveling Pipers LP, offering an opportunity for comparison. Felix used the regulators like Leo but was a much tighter chanter player, and was also a popular musician, especially with dancers. Leo included the Primrose Lass in his 1936 piping tutor, which is included in the Leo Rowsome Collection. Tom Ennis also recorded the Ivy Leaf, calling it the New Steamboat...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 1,334
[audio]Who Fears to Speak of '98, Legion of the Rear Guard - Leo Rowsome
Irish bagpipes solo, HMV IM354. A marching tune relating to the Irish Rebellion of 1798, followed by a song written by Jack Sheehan, a Republican prisoner in Hare Park Prison Camp in County Kildare, in 1924. These two present either end of a spectrum of difficulty for pipers, Who Fears to Speak of '98 is somewhat tricky to play while Legion of the Rear Guard is an excellent tune for a beginner, especially for learning to use the regulators...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 818
[audio]The Peeler's Jacket, The Duke of Leinster - Michael Carney and James Morrison
Irish bagpipes and violin, Columbia 33350-F. See solo recordings of these musicians for biographical information. Carney gave lodging to Morrison upon his arrival in New York City, and they made for a marvelous duet. The name of the first tune is inevitably used for another reel. Willie Clancy recorded it on a 78 in the late 50s on the Gael-Linn label, calling it Michael Carney's Reel. Subsequently (?) he took to calling it the Ravelled Hank of Yarn, by which title it is now known...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,318 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Swallow's Tail, Bonnie Kate, Milliner's Daughter - Liam Walsh and J. O'Mahoney
Irish bagpipes and fiddle, unknown piano player, Edison Bell Winner 3914. Three grand reels from the Irish answer to Ennis/Morrison/Muller. Seamus Ennis paired Bonnie Kate and the Milliner's Daughter on acetates he recorded in 1940. These piping versions of Bonnie Kate are much different than the fiddle setting Coleman recorded in the 30s, which has become standard since.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 661
[audio]The Ace And Deuce Of Pipering - Leo Rowsome
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca F6254. One of the old set dances, which had an irregular structure and special steps for dancing. In the liner notes of one of the recent Topic CD reissues of Irish 78s Reg Hall remarked that dancers found the set dances on records made by Gaelic League sponsored musicians such as Rowsome, Liam Walsh, and Billy Andrews, unsatisfactory in terms of tempo or structure. Whatever the case, Leo's playing leaves nothing to fault for timing, harmony, or liveliness...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 1,098
[audio]The Cook in the Kitchen - Tom Ennis, Redie Johnson, and Tom Quigley
Irish bagpipes, fiddle, and accordion, Gennet 5054, John Muller - piano. The second part differs slightly from the usual setting, swinging up to D in the fourth bar, a very nice variant on this commonplace jig.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle; Accordion
Downloads: 697
[audio]Cherish the Ladies - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes, Gennet 5283, Harry Race - piano. Ennis has a fascinating setting of this old five part jig, said to be a composition of the famous piper Jackson. There is also a nice two part setting from Sligo as well, recorded by both Michael Coleman and his student Hughie Gillespie, called the Pathway to the Well in a tunebook published by Mayo fiddler John McGrath.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 512
[audio]Walsh's Favorite, The Butcher's March - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Emerald 10394. Walsh's Favorite is an amalgam of two jigs in O'Neill's books: Hinchey's Delight (first part) and Jackson's Maid (second parts). This shuffling about of components of tunes is very common in the folk process, where musicians learn material orally and often forget titles, phrases, or sections of tunes; or mangle/distort same. Ennis's tune is very attractive melodically, and a good tune for a learner as it only ascends two notes into the chanter's second octave...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 490
[audio]The Stack of Barley Medley (Alexander's, Dunphy's) - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca F3816. Walsh had recorded Dunphy's in 1924, which can also be heard on this site. Alexander's is printed in O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903), but strangely enough not in the more common Dance Music of Ireland (1907). Nevertheless it seems to have always been a popular piper's tune. Some more instances of him using the Scotch Snap (a sixteenth note leading into an eighth note) are present in both tunes, a device which was rarely heard after the 78 era...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 525
[audio]Doran's Fancy, The Rambling Pitchfork - Felix Doran
Irish bagpipes solo, Copley 9-194, recorded in the Moore Street studio, Dublin, 1949. Doran came from a family of travelling people; his brother Johnny was a renowned piper of phenomenal talent, who was also recorded on acetate disks two years previously. These disks were played on the radio in the late 60s and copied by fans, and became a source of inspiration for many modern pipers, showing astounding technique, imagination, and inspiration...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 1,147
[audio]Lord Gordon - Pat Brophy
Irish bagpipe solo, unknown label and date of recording. Brophy was a whistle and flute player from Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, who took up the pipes in the late 1920s or 30s. His sons Mick and Jim were pipers as well, Jim being made a patron of Na Píobairí Uilleann, the Dublin based pipers' club, in 1987; he passed away in 2002. Pat plays a two part version of this old reel, as did Michael Carney, Kerry fiddler Michael Hanafin, and Galway's Ballinakill Traditional Dance Players, on their recordin...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 823
[audio]Trip to the Cottage - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Victor 21444, Ed Geoghegan at the piano. Ennis had recorded this as a duet with fiddler James Morrison in 1922. The music has a delightful skipping quality, with Geoghegan doubling the melody on piano in places, which we also hear him do backing up other musicians such as Michael Coleman.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 491
[audio]The Coulin - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Okeh 4490, John Muller - piano. Francis O’Neill considered this “The Queen of Irish Airs.” Its subject was an Irish hairstyle, long flowing locks, which the English attempted to ban in the 14th and 16th centuries. It was a great favorite of the old harpers and the pipers who suceeded them; Thomas Moore wrote verses in English to it as well.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 859
[audio]Miss Thornton's, The Merry Blacksmith, The Bush in Bloom - Reels - Tom Ennis and John Gerrity
Irish bagpipes and fiddle, Gennet 5003, Paddy Muldoon - piano. Three hearty tunes from O'Neill's collections. All three are still heard today and the second reel especially is still a universal favorite. Gerrity made a couple of solo 78s, one of which also was titled the Bush in Bloom.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 659
[audio]Flogging Reel - Old Ireland Quartette
Irish bagpipes, fiddle, flute, and cello. Beltona label. The lineup here is William Andrews, pipes, James Cawley, flute, and Frank O'Higgins, fiddle, backed by the cello (name unknown), which along with Andrews's chugging on his regulators gives a quite unique sound. Cawley and O'Higgins also recorded with piper James Ennis in the Fingal Trio, one recording of which is on this site. A 78 of Andrews is featured here as well...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle; Flute
Downloads: 782
[audio]The Lark in the Morning, The Rose in the Heather - Martin Feeney Trio
Irish bagpipe chanter, fiddle, flute, unknown label and recording date. The exact name of this ensemble eludes me at the moment. Martin Feeney is the flute player; the piper is Andy Conroy, a Roscommon musician who played in an exceedingly staccato style, almost experimental in ways, which he puts on hold for these excellent sets of tunes.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle; Flute
Downloads: 1,176 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Three Little Drummers, Connaughtman's Rambles, The Joy of My Life, Nancy Hynes, Kerrigan's Jig - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Ted Levy - piano, Victor 18286. This long medley of jigs starts with a tune which has long been popular with Scottish pipers; the Connaughtman's Rambles and The Joy of My Life (better known as the Donnybrook Jig) are still staples among amateur players of Irish music. Nancy Hynes is a version of the well-known jig Banish Misfortune; it was later recorded by piper Jimmie McLaughlin as Judy Hynes, which is also featured on this site...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 699
[audio]The Liverpool, The Cuckoo's Nest - Leo Rowsome and His Irish Piper's Band
Irish bagpipes, violin, drum, HMV IM372. Two of this charming trio's recordings were reissued on the Classics of Irish Piping LP/CD. According to Sean Reid (who wrote the reissue's liner notes) it was an impromptu recording of Leo and two studio musicians who weren't players of Irish music, but read off charts Leo wrote out on the spot. These two hornpipes are old favorites, like the reels on the record's reverse...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 626
[audio]Humours of Bandon - Long Dance - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Cardinal 2029, John Muller - piano. Ennis also recorded this tune (and the same set of reels on the flipside of this disc) in 1923 as a duet with fiddler James Morrison. Ennis's recordings always say "Long Dance" for this kind of tune; another term, "Set Dance," is more commonly used now. These are tunes in jig time (such as this one) or hornpipe time (the Blackbird for instance), which have a few extra bars, usually in the second part...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 580
[audio]The Jolly Tinker - Michael Carney
Irish bagpipe solo, Columbia 33336-F. Carney was a flute player from Irishtown, Co. Mayo, from a family which included pipers; he emigrated to New York City and worked as a sandhog building the NYC subway system. A tunnel collapse left him in a wheelchair, and he took up the pipes, also making the instrument. He was friends with the great piper Patsy Touhey, and inherited Touhey's pipes after Touhey died in 1923...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 740
[audio]Connaughtman's Rambles, The Frost is All Over - Tom Ennis, Redie Johnson, Tom Quigley
Irish bagpipes, accordion, fiddle, Gennet 5040, John Muller - piano. The tunes are played in reverse order of their listing, as is the case with the other set of tunes on the flipside, curiously enough. This occasionally happened with 78s; Michael Coleman recorded a pair of reels in the 30s, The Wild Irishman/O'Rourke's, the titles of which were reversed, with the result that his Wild Irishman is to this day called O'Rourke's.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Accordion; Fiddle
Downloads: 558
[audio]Ragan's Jig, Nora Greena - Tom Ennis
Irish pipes, unknown piano player, Columbia 33394-F, also released in England. Sligo fiddler Paddy Killoran recorded a three part version of the first jig under the title the Luckpenny, and it is his version and name that are generally used nowadays. The title of the second jig is a corruption of the Irish Nóra Chríonna (Wise Nora). Such corruptions are common in old tunebooks. The great Clare piper Willie Clancy called this setting "Patsy Touhey's version," according to Pat Mitchell, editor o...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 728
[audio]Trim the Velvet, The Maid Behind the Bar (1923) - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes, Gennet 5283, Harry Race - piano. This is Ennis's second recording of these reels; he'd record them once more, in 1929. I came across a remark once that he tended to mix up the parts of the two tunes as he went along, but don't hear that myself, although it can happen.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 442
[audio]Harvest Home - Eddie Mullaney and Patrick Stack
Irish bagpipes and violin, Victor 79002. Stack was from Co. Kerry, and is listed as source for many tunes in Francis O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903). Mullaney was born in Chicago, his family moving back to Co. Mayo before returning to America. Their music is a fascinating blend of Stack's somewhat mournful and wailing fiddle, and Mullaney's clean piping, full of graces and trills, very typical of pipers recorded in America at this time...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 872
[audio]The Maid in the Meadow, The Frieze Breeches, Pay the Reckoning - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo with piano, Pathe 20550. The first jig is the same melody as the reel the Green Fields of America and the song Purty Molly Brannagan. Ennis plays a couple of staccato ornaments in the first part, first time through, on the C and B; these involve the note sequence C-GFC and B-GFB, and is called backstitching. Owing to the inability of the piper to play C natural staccato at a quick pace, pipers play C# instead, giving a strange tonality to the tune...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 623
[audio]The Mountain Groves, Higgin's Hornpipe, The Cork - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, F2309. Walsh is heard here playing a flat set of pipes, unlike the concert pitch set(s) used on his other recordings. Walsh's student Tommy Kearney said that Walsh was prone to wanting another set of pipes - even if they were on the other side of the country, he had to have them. Kearney calls the Mountain Groves the Butchers of Bristol, and learned it from Walsh; Kearney's excellent playing of this beautiful tune is in the book Ceol an Piobarie (Music of the Piper), publish...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 596
[audio]Trim the Velvet - Reels - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Cardinal 2029, John Muller - piano. This is Ennis's first released recording of this pair of reels. The second tune he called the Maid Behind the Bar on his 1923 recording, which was the usual title for it. In O'Neill's Music of Ireland it was called Kiss the Maid Behind the Barrel, which has become the more standard title. Amusingly enough some musicians play one tune and not the other, as they have structural similiarities which can lead to confusion about which tune is be...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 417
[audio]The First House in Connaught, Drowsie Maggie - Martin Feeney Trio
Irish bagpipe chanter, fiddle, flute, unknown label and recording date. The exact name of this ensemble eludes me at the moment. Martin Feeney is the flute player; the piper is Andy Conroy, a Roscommon musician who played in an exceedingly staccato style, almost experimental in ways, which he puts on hold for these lively sets of tunes.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle; Flute
Downloads: 816
[audio]Cork Hornpipe, Harvest Home - Liam Walsh and J. O'Mahoney
Irish bagpipes and fiddle, unknown piano player, Edison Bell Winner 3914. Confusedly, Cork hornpipe was an alternate name for the Harvest Home. The tune they play first Leo Rowsome called the Wexford Hornpipe.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 658
[audio]The Fisherman's Widow - Shaun O'Nolan
Irish bagpipe solo, Columbia 33085-F. O'Nolan billed himself as the "Wicklow Piper," but his piping seems to have little in common with famous Leinster pipers such as the Doran brothers or Leo Rowsome; his charming punchy style is much more reminescent of others who recorded in America such as Tom Ennis. O'Nolan recorded a few piping solos in 1925-26 but his subsequent recorded output over the next five years were vocal discs, backed by a piano, sometimes with clarinet and violin thrown in...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 785 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
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